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Quentin Peel |

Quentin Peel is a journalist and former commentator at the Financial Times. After a career as a foreign correspondent, including postings to Johannesburg, Brussels, Moscow, Bonn and Berlin, he was foreign editor and then international affairs editor. He is now an associate fellow attached to the Europe programme at Chatham House. He is a regular broadcaster, conference speaker and moderator of debates.

Analysis

Weakened Merkel bad news for Brexiters

by Quentin Peel | 25.09.2017

It won’t just take months to negotiate complex three-party coalition. New government will be just as opposed to cherry picking as last.

Comment

The peril of the chocolate orange

by Quentin Peel | 14.07.2017

Brexit is threatened by massive administrative overload, and a fundamental failure of co-ordination between government departments

Analysis

Two election winners meet in Berlin

by Quentin Peel | 15.05.2017

Merkel and Macron agree on Brexit: their top priority is to revive Franco-German relations and preserve the European Union